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Many railway modellers use the surface mount type point motors as a means to operate pointwork remotely. Various brands of point motors can be mounted out of sight under the baseboard including Peco & Gaugemaster Seep.  This does mean however...
Building a model railway is one of the UK's most popular hobbies,  which helps one learn new skills which will benefit you in many areas of life, not just your hobby. From learning how to do woodwork & carpentry, electrics etc, the number of...
As Justin has mentioned in his blog about ‘Tim’s Brewery Scene, we love seeing how you all use our kits on your layouts & dioramas. We really enjoy seeing how you folks take one of our kits & say, “Hey I could change & adapt that kit into...
One of the most rewarding aspects of what we do here at Scale Model Scenery is seeing what you guys create with our kits. When we design a kit, we always have particular scenes or scenarios in mind. If we're modelling a real building, we obviously have...
A builder's yard is a great way to fill a spare corner of a layout. Regardless of the era or location you're modelling, builder's merchants have been around for a long time, and are always full of the bits and pieces used in construction. From pallets...